Top 20 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in the World

Find out some of the most beautiful places in the world

Helios7 brings you some of the most spectacular natural places in the world.

Our world is full of wonders: from mythical caves to rock formations in a sea of ​​colors we bring you the 20 most spectacular places in the world. True “miracles of Nature.”

1. Geyser Fly, Nevada, United States – Most Amazing Place

Located in the State of Nevada in the United States, the site of Fly Geyser is a unique place in the world from which geysers of unusual sizes and shapes originate whose accidental origin is due to the creation of an ” a well in the desert. As beautiful as they are unusual and enthroned in the heart of the Black Rock desert in the state of Nevada in the United States, these geysers also are known to form the site Fly Geyser grew there a little by accident one fine day of 1916.

2. Great Blue Hole, Belize – Most Beautiful Destination

The main reason that brings me to Belize is scuba diving. When people think of diving in the Caribbean Sea, people often think that they will have to fly from Paris to Martinique, yet the east coast of Belize is home to the Mesoamerican coral reef, the second largest the world’s coral reef after the Great Australian Barrier Reef. Among the many sites that make it up, the most famous are the Blue Hole, a perfectly circular underwater hole 300m in diameter, and 125m deep.

The Blue Hole is one of the most famous dive sites in the world. Captain Cousteau declared it to be “one of the ten most beautiful dive sites in the world,” nothing less. Located 70 kilometers off Cay Caulker, it is geologically a former cave formed during the last episodes of glaciation, 60,000 and 15,000 years BCE. With the rise of the ocean level, this cave was buried by the waters, and its roof finally collapsed, revealing this mysterious geological formation in the middle of the ocean. The inheritance of this submarine cenote is confirmed when one plunges into it, because from 40 meters deep, there are gigantic stalactites more than 5 meters high, confirming that the site was not always submarine.

3. The lakes of Plitvice, Croatia – Most Beautiful Lakes in the World

The National Park Plitvice Lakes is a national park in Croatia, located halfway between the cities of Zagreb and Zadar in tea karst. It is at the same time the oldest of the national parks of southern Europe and the most extensive in Croatia. The8 April 1949and added to the World Heritage List of UNESCO in 1979.

The park, which covers an area of 296 square kilometers, includes not only the Plitvice lakes, which form a group of 16 large lakes, connected by 92 waterfalls or torrential rivers, (a primitive forest composed mainly of beeches and pines ). This is where the Korana River is born and which is home to many rare animal and plant species whose best-known representatives are the brown bear and the wolf. The fauna and flora there are prosperous as evidenced by the fish richness of the lakes.

Each year, the park welcomes more than 1 million visitors [ 1 ]. A wooden log walk makes a tour of the park, but it is also possible to visit it using a panoramic train and to cross the biggest lakes by boat. Apart from the path and the few facilities for tourists, nature is left in the wild, no human intervention is allowed.

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4. The colorful beautiful mountains of Zhangye Danxia, China –

These colorful rock formations can be found in Zhangye Danxia, ​​Gansu Province, China. They are the result of depositing layers of sediments of different colors for 24 million years between two tectonic plates which, with the help of erosion, created these motley landscapes.

5. Icebergs with colored stripes, Antarctica

In the week of June 21 in the journal Science published a beautiful study funded by the National Science Foundation. Theme: the Southern Ocean icebergs. The study was conducted by researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography (La Jolla), the Institute of the Monterey Aquarium Research, San Diego Supercomputer Center, the University of San Diego and the University of Southern California. This team observed that the icebergs are real “oasis” southern ocean, or rather the “Hotspots,” “hot spots” where biological productivity is particularly rich and varied. Picking organic matter on the Antarctic continent and then releasing it slowly as they dissolve in the currents, icebergs “sow” ocean nutrients, which promote the development of phytoplankton, and krill, which then attracts fish and birds.

The biggest icebergs are surrounded by life “halo” which extends even up to three kilometers away from the ice walls. In satellite images about 11,000 were counted southern icebergs into the ocean, taking their significance as “hot spots” where life develops therefore negligible. In fact, it is estimated that the icebergs are responsible for 40% of the biological productivity in the Weddell Sea. In satellite images about 11,000 were counted southern icebergs into the ocean, taking their significance as “hot spots” where life develops therefore negligible.

In fact, it is estimated that the icebergs are responsible for 40% of the biological productivity in the Weddell Sea. In satellite images about 11,000 were counted southern icebergs into the ocean, taking their significance as “hot spots” where life develops therefore negligible. In fact, it is estimated that the icebergs are responsible for 40% of the biological productivity in the Weddell Sea.

6. The Door to Hell in Darvaza, Turkmenistan

The Gate of Hell is a natural gas field located in Derweze (also spelled Darvaza, meaning “gate”), in the province of Ahal in Turkmenistan. The gate of hell is so named because of its natural gas fireplace constantly burning since it was lit by Soviet scientists of petrochemicals in 1971. The fire is fueled by natural gas deposits rich in the region. The pungent odor of sulfur combustion invades the area over a certain distance.

7. Etretat and the Cote d’Albatre, France

Once a modest fishing village, Etretat has become a renowned seaside resort. It is located north of Le Havre in Normandy, on the coast of the Channel, on the Alabaster Coast which is part of the country of Caux. The extraordinary and monumental aspect of its cliffs of chalk almost pristine white beaches of pebble gray made it an international tourism scene. Painters such as Gustave Courbet, Eugene Boudin or Claude Monet have contributed significantly to its publicity, immortalizing its specificity.

8. Bryce Canyon, Utah, United States

Bryce Canyon is situated at heights ranging from 2,400 to 2,700 meters and these canyons form part of a Natural Park which protects these formations of the pyramidal type in an incredible manner. Due to curiosity, the formations receive the sympathetic name of “Hoodoos.”

9. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Here you will find the largest salt desert in the world, with a total area of ​​10,582 square kilometers. Attributing to its cold and warm climate, it has a strange appearance of an icy lake. You will find  11 layers of salt having thicknesses ranging from less than a meter to

10. The white waterfall of Pamukkale, Turkey

11. The Moeraki Stone Spheres, New Zealand

These curious ball-shaped formations are sen in Otago on the southern island of New Zealand and are part of a truly unique beach landscape. Some of these look like eggs from prehistoric animals, while others are hollow inside, and few measure up to 2 meters in diameter. The Maori legends tell that these are the remains of the fishing baskets of eels, pumpkins, and potatoes which arrived at the coast after the shipwreck of the mythical Araiteuru canoe.

12. The Land of the Seven Colors in Chamarel, Mauritius

Not only the Mauritius islands have a spectacular underwater cataract but also have this unusual landscape: the Land of the Seven Colors (which, moreover, is very close to the impressive Chamarel waterfalls). This beautiful place has been formed thanks to the volcanic activity, and it is full of surprise.

13. The Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland

The Giant’s Waterfall consists of some 40,000 basalt columns that are as old as 60 million years and these waterfalls make a spectacular site on the coast of Northern Ireland.

14. Moraine Lake and the Valley of the Ten Peaks, Canada

Moraine Lake is located in the Canadian Rockies in Banff National Park in the Alberta region. This incredible blue water place is surrounded by no less than ten mountains which are over 3,000 meters high that form the Valley of Ten Peaks. And it is most amazing place to visit in Canada.

15. The hot springs of Hveravellir, Iceland

Hveravellir is a thermal zone which is situated in the heart of Iceland. Here you can find hot springs as amazingly beautiful.

16. The Clay Sea of ​​DeadVlei, Namibia

This beautiful bright white clay plain is surrounded by reddish dunes, which gives this place a lovely color contrast.

17. Iguazu Falls, Brazil, and Argentina

The huge Iguazu Falls – which are part of some local legends – are on the border between Brazil and Argentina. This is a spectacle of nature that will leave you with your mouth open.

18. Tsingy national park of Bemahara, Madagascar

These beautiful geological formations are part of a national park of Madagascar and occupy ​​more than 700 square kilometers wide.

19. The Reed Flute Cave, Guangxi, China

This naturally beautiful colorful limestone cave is an underground paradise which is full of stalactites, stalagmites, and columns. But it is also home to beautiful creatures like some birds and plants. The Reed Flute Cave is a treat for your eyes.

20. Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, United States

Yellowstone National Park has a huge collection of Nature wonders consisting of canyons, rock formations, geysers … and of course its great picturesque hot springs.

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